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November 27, 1988 | CHARLES HILLINGER, Times Staff Writer
In the chilly fall darkness just before sunup, eight high school students huddled together inside the small shed high on the eastern slope of 10,023-foot Mt. Hawkins. They were waiting for a school bus. When the headlights of the Alpine County Unified School District bus rounded a bend on the steep, two-lane road and came to a stop, the students dashed from the shelter to join 34 other youths for the ride down the mountain and across the state line to Douglas High School in Minden, Nev.
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November 27, 1988 | CHARLES HILLINGER, Times Staff Writer
In the chilly fall darkness just before sunup, eight high school students huddled together inside the small shed high on the eastern slope of 10,023-foot Mt. Hawkins. They were waiting for a school bus. When the headlights of the Alpine County Unified School District bus rounded a bend on the steep, two-lane road and came to a stop, the students dashed from the shelter to join 34 other youths for the ride down the mountain and across the state line to Douglas High School in Minden, Nev.
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June 28, 1987 | BOB WILLIAMS, Times Staff Writer
In what may be a developing trend in education, California State University is offering to open the Dominguez Hills campus in Carson to full-time high school students majoring in math and the sciences. In California, the concept began to take shape two years ago with the founding of Los Angeles County's High School of the Arts at California State University, Los Angeles, believed to be one of the first secondary schools in the nation to be permanently located on a four-year college campus.
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July 2, 1987 | BOB WILLIAMS, Times Staff Writer
In what may be a developing trend in education, California State University is offering to open the Dominguez Hills campus in Carson to full-time high school students majoring in math and the sciences. In California, the concept began to take shape two years ago with the founding of Los Angeles County's High School of the Arts at California State University, Los Angeles, believed to be one of the first secondary schools in the nation to be permanently located on a four-year college campus.
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March 3, 1985 | PAMELA MORELAND, Times Staff Writer
When the Los Angeles school district tried to boost sagging enrollment at some West Valley high schools last fall by moving ninth-graders to high school and sixth-graders to junior high, some of the resulting chaos was expected. Some was not. For example, at junior highs, staff members anticipated that sixth-graders, anxious about changing classrooms during six-minute breaks, would run through hallways. So teachers became hall monitors to slow the speeding youngsters.
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